Overgram is a gorgeous new photography app that lets you select from a wide range of fonts and customization options to add font to your photos to then share on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, or Tumbler. The user interface is very smooth and intuitive and makes adding text a breeze. You can choose different fonts, sizes, alignment options, and more.
Overgram is a free app, includes 10 fonts and will place a watermark on your image. but a quick in in-app purchase of $0.99 will remove the watermark. For over 225 fonts, a choice of a variety of stock backgrounds and additional customization options like more than just square cropping, you can download the original app called Over. Unfortunately, there is not an an-app purchase in Overgram that gives you all the same features of Over. This is particularly disappointing because Over doesn't support the iPhone 5's larger screen, yet. However, I'm confident it will be updated soon, so if the extra features interest you, you should jump on it now because Over is currently on sale for $0.99 (originally $1.99). There is a button in Overgram that will take you to the App Store to download Over if you want to give the free version a spin before committing to Over.
If you pick this one up, let us know what you think and share your photos in in the iMore photography forum!
UPDATE: Over has now been updated with iPhone 5 support.
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